Along with construction materials, we offer and showcase an assortment of finish materials including flooring, tile, counter tops, cabinets and cabinet components; all of the finish materials you need to create an amazing and functional space.
When it comes to cabinets, we offer all construction types and styles. From partial overlay doors, to full inset doors, we have you covered. Whether you want a painted shaker, or a stained and glazed raised panel, we can take care of you. All of the cabinets we offer are all-wood box construction and come with solid-wood, dovetail joined drawers with soft close action. We offer midrange manufactured to high-end custom cabinets. Each project is unique and we will tailor our cabinet specification to your needs and desires. Beyond the construction and finish, cabinet cost is driven by the level of customization required for the design. It is not uncommon for us to mix cabinet lines on one project, or even one room, to achieve the most attractive appearance, function and value.
When it comes to tile, the materials and manufacturing process used both affect the final look and function of a space. Sometimes a rectified porcelain tile is needed to achieve a certain look. Other times a tumbled natural stone is essential to the feel of the space. Not to mention the functional and maintenance implications of each material type. Slabs and large format panels used for counter tops and wall cladding are the same way. The material specifications required for one design can be very different from another. Materials, performance, weight, durability and ease of fabrication all affect the cost and longevity of the surface.
You can buy steak for $10 a pound or $20 a pound. Both are steaks, but you don’t know the difference until you eat them. It is the same with finishes and building material. The good news is that the most expensive material is not necessarily the best material for your job and taste. Marble is more expensive than porcelain, but that does not mean porcelain tile is not the best fit for your job, does not perform better than marble, and give you the look you want. This goes for countertops too. A marble countertop might be more expensive than a quartz countertop but a quartz countertop might be fit for your lifestyle and perform better over the years. With cabinets, you pay for selection and options. Do you want more color choices or are you okay with a standard selection? Do you want more details and functionality out of your cabinets or are you okay with a standard offering?